Lovely Georgian silver sifting spoon or ladle by John Blake London 1808 of smaller proportions.
Georgian silver sifter London 1808 John Blake
A lovely smaller silver sifting spoon or ladle made by James Blake and hallmarked in London in 1808. (Registered in London 1788 - 1809)
The ladle is in old English pattern with simple small round pierced holes to the bow arranged in an attractive pattern. The terminal does not have a crest and has not been engraved.
It weighs 13 grams and measures 12cms long, 3 cms across the bowl.